Raiders analyst Eric Allen and Bryan Salmond recap the Raiders' first preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars and discuss the Hall of Fame inductions of Cliff Branch and Richard Seymour. Visit https://www.Raiders.com for more.
Jaguars Running Back Travis Etienne Jr. meets with the media following the eighth day of training camp.
Jaguars Head Coach Doug Pederson meets with the media before the eighth day of training camp and following a loss in the Hall of Fame Game against the Raiders.
Hall of Fame inductee and Pride of the Jacksonville Jaguars Left Tackle Tony Boselli's delivers his Hall of Fame speech.
A moment that will be forever cemented in Jaguars history, Tony Boselli receives his Gold Jacket prior to being enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A 2022 Hall of Fame inductee, Boselli played Mills in the mid-90s when the expansion Panthers and Jaguars faced off.
Before the preseason opener against the Jaguars, the Silver and Black had the opportunity to tour the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Visit https://www.Raiders.com for more.JAC 11, LVS 27
Head Coach Josh McDaniels addresses the media from Raiders HQ. Visit https://www.Raiders.com for more.
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OLB Travon Walker answers questions from the media in the locker room following an 11-27 loss against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Hall of Fame Game.
OL Walker Little answers questions from the media in the locker room following an 11-27 loss against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Hall of Fame Game.
Head Coach Doug Pederson meets with the media following a 11-27 loss against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Hall of Fame game.
Watch the best moments from QB Jarrett Stidham, RB Zamir White, CB Nate Hobbs, T Thayer Munford Jr. and LB Divine Deablo during postgame media availability after the win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Hall of Fame Game. Visit https://www.Raiders.com for more.
Watch the Jaguars Postgame Show as JP Shadrick and Mike Dempsey recap the loss against the Raiders in the Hall of Fame Game.JAC 11, LVS 27
Check out the best plays from the Hall of Fame Game vs. The Las Vegas Raiders.JAC 11, LVS 27
Where the top college talent gets drafted will have a major impact on fantasy.The 2022 NFL Draft kicks off on April 28 with the first round.
Jacksonville's quarterback is ready to “get to work” with the team’s new leader.View the original article to see embedded media.It was a tumultuous first NFL season for Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who had to endure a number of coaching-related distractions over the course of a 3–14 campaign.
Pederson will return to the sideline after spending a year away from football.View the original article to see embedded media.The Jaguars has reportedly found it next coach.
The Buccaneers offensive coordinator won’t be in consideration to take over for Urban Meyer in Jacksonville.View the original article to see embedded media.The Jaguars are in the middle of a head coaching search to permanently replace former head coach Urban Meyer, who was fired in mid-December after less than a season of tumult.And now, Jacksonville will have to proceed with its coaching search without one of its top candidates.Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich is expected to remove his name from consideration for the vacant Jaguars head coaching job, per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.Stroud added that former Raiders interim head coach Rich Bisaccia and former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson remain as strong candidates to take the job.It has been rumored that Leftwich was Jacksonville’s top choice to become their new head coach, and there’s no question as to why that was the case.His offense, led by Tom Brady, was one of the top units in the NFL over the last two seasons, which resulted in multiple playoff runs and a Super Bowl LV victory.Despite Leftwich removing himself from head coaching consideration, Jacksonville still has some upside as a coaching landing spot, as the team is armed with a young quarterback in Trevor Lawrence, the top pick in this April’s draft and over $70 million worth of cap space.More NFL Coverage:Examining Brian Flores's Lawsuit Against the NFLDolphins Owner Calls Brian Flores Allegations 'False'Report: Networks Reach Out to Brady for Broadcasting JobsJaguar Report: Reports: 'Momentum Building' for Rick Spielman to Find a Role in Jaguars Front OfficeFor more coverage of the Jaguars, visit Jaguar Report..
Meyer's brief tenure in Jacksonville epitomized dysfunction, and the former coach addressed reports Monday that he kicked a player.View the original article to see embedded media.The Urban Meyer era in Jacksonville was nothing short of an abject failure.
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Lerentee McCray was charged with fleeing and attempting to elude law enforcement at speeds of 100 mph.Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Lerentee McCray made an obscene hand gesture at a police officer, fled a would-be traffic stop and then reached speeds of 100 mph and crossed three lanes of traffic during an ensuing chase, authorities said Tuesday.McCray, 31, was arrested early Sunday, booked in the Lake County Jail and charged with fleeing and attempting to elude law enforcement, according to jail and police records.
Analyzing the teams and players that rewarded and burned bettors during the 2021 season.The NFL regular season has come to a close and it’s time for another obligatory “look-back” article.
Reviewing the good, the bad and the ugly from Week 18 betting, including the Colts' epic flop against the Jaguars.To tie or not to tie, that is the question.Whether you publicly admitted it or not—and you can admit it here since we're all friends—we were all intrigued Sunday night by the possibility of this NFL season concluding with a Raiders-Chargers tie that put both teams in the playoffs.Not only did it provide for great water cooler talk, but it allowed us all to live-coach the game from our couches as a tie became a distinct possibility in the final two minutes of overtime.
For the second consecutive year, the Jaguars finished with the NFL's worst record.View the original article to see embedded media.The Jaguars will pick first in the 2022 NFL draft despite defeating the Colts 26–11 on Sunday.While Jacksonville entered Week 18 with eight consecutive defeats, it defeated Indianapolis handily in its regular season finale to finish the year 3–14.
Here's why they wore the costumes.View the original article to see embedded media.A number of Jaguars fans showed up to Sunday’s regular season finale against the Colts wearing clown costumes in an effort to persuade owner Shad Khan to fire general manager Trent Baalke.The gesture was expected, with thousands of fans changing their social media profile pictures earlier this week to a clown donning Khan’s signature mustache.Quarterback Trevor Lawrence was asked about the gesture last Wednesday.
The Dallas assistant will interview with Jacksonville virtually from the Cowboys’ hotel in Philadelphia.View the original article to see embedded media.Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore will interview for the Jaguars head coach vacancy on Friday evening, according to Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer. According to Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News, Moore will interview with the team virtually from the Cowboys’ hotel in Philadelphia in order maintain his focus on Dallas’s game against the Eagles on Saturday night.Moore oversees a Dallas offense that ranks second in total offense (402.8 yards per game), third in passing yards (281) and 10th in the league in rushing yards (121.8). Along with Moore, Jacksonville has requested permission to interview Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.